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George Loudos

Assistant Professor

George LoudosDr. George Loudos, was born in 1975. He is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Biomedical Engineering, Technological Educational Institute of Athens, since 2008. He received his Diploma in Electrical Engineering in 1998 and his PhD in Biomedical Engineering in 2003 from the National Technical University of Athens, Greece. He has published 82 articles in international journals and has more than 150 publications in conference proceedings and ~450 citations. He has given 35 invited lectures and holds one patent. He is the director of the Medical Instrumentation Laboratory. His research interests are focused on Molecular Imaging using Nuclear Medicine Techniques and Medical Instrumentation. More specifically he is working on the development of dedicated imaging systems for SPECT/PET and combined imaging, as well as their application in preclinical research for the study of molecular mechanisms, radiopharmaceuticals and drug delivery with nanoparticles. Currently, he coordinates the FP7 project OncoNanoBBB (IAAP Marie Curie), the COST Action "TD1007: Bimodal PET-MRI molecular imaging technologies and applications for in vivo monitoring of disease and biological processes" and the National Excellence Project "HYPERGNOSTIC: Development of hybrid molecular imaging systems for Theragnostic applications". In addition his group has participated in several projects including FP7-Health-Innovation-2012 "TRIMAGE: An optimised trimodality (PET/MR/EEG) imaging tool for schizophrenia", the COST Action "TD1004: Theranostics Imaging and Therapy: An Action To Develop Novel Nanosized Systems For Imaging-Guided Drug Delivery", FP7-NMP NANOTHER, as well as other smaller national projects. He is actively participating in the organization of several international conferences, workshops and meetings. In 2012 he was elected as a memebr in IEEE Nuclear and Medical Imaging Sciences Council.

E-mail: gloudosuniwagr

Curriculum Vitae

Nuclear Medical Imaging Research Group